Questionnaire on daycare in the Netherlands

Many resort to home care with the current child daycare shortages

Loes is doing the training International Lifestyle Studies at Fontys. For this, she is doing a thesis on daycare for international children in the Netherlands. Would you (as an international parent) like to help her by filling this questionnaire?

You can mail the answers to us and we will forward them to her. (Anonymously if you wish)

  1. What is your nationality?


  1. For how many years have you been in the Netherlands already?


  1. How long are you planning to stay in the Netherlands?


  1. Why did you choose Eindhoven?


  1. What do you think of the quality of life of Eindhoven?


  1. What is your age?


  1. How many children do you have?


  1. How old are your children?


  1. Do your children go to a daycare or school care? (depending of the age of your children) if yes what is the name of the organisation?


  1. Do your children go to a Dutch daycare/school or an international daycare/school? If yes, how many days? And where did you base your choice on?


  1. What do you think of the Dutch system concerning daycare/school care?


  1. Are or did you consider having a nanny in-house instead of bringing your children to daycare or school care? (in Dutch buitenschoolse opvang (BSO), the care children receive after school hours) What was the reason you chose or did not choose a nanny?


  1. Is the language a problem at your daycare/ school care? (for example, they do not speak English well enough, or the information is not in English)


  1. What is the most important thing (like food or religion) you miss on the daycare/ school care of your child?


  1. Did they ask about your culture?


  1. Do you feel understood at the daycare/school care?


  1. Could you trust the staff at the daycare/school care?


  1. If you can change one thing at the daycare/ school care, what would it be?


  1. Is there anything you would like to share with me about your feelings (good or bad) about your daycare/ school care?
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